Who says film photography is dead and long gone? It’s still very much alive, as a matter of fact, and we’re not just talking about lomography here. Film Photography Project (FPP) is a show founded and hosted by photographer/producer/filmmaker Michael Raso and the goal which he wishes to achieve with it is to expose as many people as he can to the joyous experience he gets from shooting with traditional film cameras.
Joining him are co-hosts Mat Marrash and John Fedele who both share the same passion as Michael, and together they engage in a discussion, and sometimes even debate, about things that are related to photography. This can be anything from the pros and cons of film formats to D-I-Y techniques, vintage and contemporary cameras and accessories, and even digital technology. Other features of the show also include camera tests and reviews, Book of the Month, guest interviews, Q&A with the listeners, and they even do film-related giveaways (cool)!
FFP runs in a 90-minute format and comes with a new episode every two weeks (on the first and the fifteenth day of the month).
In their 79th episode, regular contributors Leslie and Lauren join Michael and Mat as they read lots of listener letters and review the Minolta 9Ti, The Plastic Filmtastic FPP Debonair, the APS Film, and the world’s fastest SLR.
Listen in now, or check out their YouTube and iTunes channels!